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Spanish Jeopardy

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Across the district, students and teachers are participating in activities that celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. At Edmund W. Miles Middle School, seventh-graders in Virginia Meric-Mallia’s, Lisa Powers’ and Maria Calderon’s Spanish classes put their knowledge to the test as they participated in “Spanish Jeopardy.” Coordinated by the foreign language teachers and school librarian Lynn Cesiro, students worked collaboratively in teams to answer “Jeopardy”-style questions that pertained to the following categories: objects in a classroom, musical instruments, days of the week/month and sports. In addition, ninth-grade Spanish language students researched a positive Hispanic role model and presented their projects during class.

Saturday, July 04, 2020